Handling Chronic Fatigue

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Fatigue is a common physical complaint and accounts for roughly 55 percent of all visits to primary care physicians. When fatigue lasts more than a few days or when affects daily activities, an underlying disorder may be present and a Continue reading Handling Chronic Fatigue

Exercise Your Brain

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We all know how important it is to exercise our bodies, but did you know your brain needs to be exercised, too? According to the Alzheimer’s Association, exercising your brain on a regular basis decreases your risk of cognitive decline Continue reading Exercise Your Brain

Living with Alzheimer’s

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Imagine waking up in the morning in a dark room with very little light. As you get out of bed your joints are stiff, your vision is blurred. While you are getting ready for the day you go to the Continue reading Living with Alzheimer’s

Healthy Aging with Three Simple Changes

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Shell Point’s LifeQuest wellness program recently featured guest speaker and local gerontologist Emily Reese. Emily presented an interactive program from the national Alzheimer’s Association and discussed healthy aging techniques using cognitive activities, physical fitness and exercise, diet and nutrition, and Continue reading Healthy Aging with Three Simple Changes